GM Primary Care Staff Bank

Greater Manchester Workforce Bank

Greater Manchester has a primary care workforce bank hosted by Lantum.

Lantum is the UK’s leading digital staffing platform for primary care, connecting general practices with staff to fill rota gaps. The platform allows rota managers to post unfilled shifts, enabling a community of clinicians to search and apply for those shifts, all in one central location.

Benefits for people looking for work

Find sessional work

Be the first to see available sessions when new rotas are posted and stay in control of your own schedule. Communicate directly with Hub and Practice Managers from your smartphone or computer.

Control your schedule

Set your preferences, and work when and how it suits you. Online or via the iPhone app, you’re only alerted to the jobs you want.

Say Farewell to paperwork

You can find, book and invoice for your sessions in a couple of clicks, at home or on the move.

Receive Automated payment

Guaranteed payment on time, every time. Option for next day payment coming soon!

Benefits for employers looking to recruit

The Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership has agreed a consistent offer for all general practices who access the workforce bank at 1% of the sessional fee only. There is no sign up fee, subscription or finders fee if you engage an individual on a longer term basis.

Recruit trained staff

Student nurses, Allied Health Professionals and Pharmacists have been trained in the following areas:

  • EMIS/Vision
  • Docman
  • Confidentiality
  • Answering phones
  • Signposting
  • Dealing with difficult patients
  • Safeguarding

Recruit sessional staff

We appreciate that these are pressing times and you may need help and support from sessional staff. There is a template to support listing of sessions.

If you need help to register or training to access the rostering service, please contact Lantum directly at support@lantum.com.

Recruit verified staff

As part of the registration process Lantum will verify ID, CV and DBS. It remains the employers responsibility to complete employment checks for sessional staff that they recruit.